Ayyoub, The Prophet of Patience and Thankfulness Ayyoub,or Job was a descendant of Prophet Ibraheem(as) as Allah Almighty said in Surat, ul-Anam and among his progeny Dawd (David), Sulaimn (Solomon), Ayub (Job), Ysuf
(Joseph), Msa (Moses), and Hrn (Aaron). Thus do We reward the Al-Muhsinun (the good-doers. Ayyoobbs mother was the daughter of Lut. Ayyoob Becomes a Messenger Ayyoob was one of the Prophets whom Allah Almighty sent as a messenger to Beladush-sham the present Syria. Allah Almighty said in Surat-un-Nisa,
We (also) sent the revelation to Ibrhm (Abraham), Isml (Ishmael), Ishq (Isaac), Yaqb (Jacob), and AlAsbt [the offspring of the twelve sons of Yaqb
(Jacob)], s (Jesus), Ayyb (Job), Ynus (Jonah), Hrn (Aaron), and Sulaimn (Solomon); and to Dwd (David) We gave the Zabr When Ayyoob became the Prophet, he started to teach the people about God and His religion. He advised the people to do good and shun evil. As usual very few people believed in him in the beginning but gradually the number of his followers began to increase. Allahs Favors Upon Ayyoob Prophet Ayyoob was a prosperous man. God granted him all kinds of wealth a bliss. He had been blessed with a big family, a faithful and beautiful wife, seven boys and seven girls. He also had many friends who always gathered around him. He was the owner of a gigantic trade. He had money, numerous barley and wheat fields, hundreds of slaves, physical strength, horses, and livestock. All that lasted for fifty years. Yet, his finest bliss was his great faith in Allah Almighty. Prophet Ayyoob Tested
In His infinite wisdom Allah chose to try Ayyoob. He inflicted him with a number of calamities. One day his big farm was attacked by thieves. They killed many of his servants and carried away forcibly all his cattle. Prophet accepted what happened to him and praised Allah. After some time the roof of the house fell down and many members of his family wee crushed. Prophet Ayyoob was much shocked but he held fast to his fath in Allah. He remarked that possessions and children were the gifts from Allah. If He had taken His things, it was useless to lament over their loss. Prophet Ayyoob was an example of humility, faith in Allah and patience. He suffered a number of calamities but did not utter a single word of complaint. As a further test from Allah he became very ill and was covered with loathsome sores from head to foot. We are not sure what kind of a disease was that. Some said his whole body was covered with sores to the point that he became crippled. Even some went as far as saying his flesh started to fall off. His false friends attributed his afflictions to sin. But that far from
truth because Prophets are away from sins. Nobody truly sympathized with him as his wife did. But all these calamities made Ayyoob (AL) more patient and more thankful to Allah Almighty. What should a Muslim do when another Muslim becomes sick? 1. It is a right of the Muslim to visit the other Muslim when he becomes ill. 2. Offer sick the help he needs. 3. Make a sincere Duaa. Exemplary Patience It is narrated that his wife once asked him to implore Allah to cure him and have mercy on him. He asked her: How many years had we lived in total happiness and bliss? She replied: Eighty years. He said: I feel ashamed to ask Allah before we spend an equal of period of trial. Ayyoob spent eighteen years in his calamity. During these years Ayyoob never complained or
voiced his distress. Faithful Wife As the time went by, only his wife remained with him. She took care of all his needs. She even was working as a servant to feed him. But then people refused to let her work for them because they were afraid that she might be inflicted with the disease too. She spent all the money she got on him. Until it had run out. When all means ran out, the faithful wife sold her braids to put food on the table. Ayyoob asked her about the source of that food. She did not answer. But he insisted, and she uncovered her head. She was bald. At this point Ayyoob cried to his Lord,
And (remember) Ayyb (Job), when he cried to his Lord: "Verily, distress has seized me, and You are the Most Merciful of all those who show mercy." Allahs Response Allah answered Prophet Ayyoobs prayer immediately.
So We answered his call, and We removed the distress that was on him, and We restored his family to him (that he had lost), and the like thereof along with them as a mercy from Ourselves and a Reminder for all who worship Us. So, when he washed, the disease came out of his skin, and when he drank the water the disease purified his inside. It was said that his wife was off for some chores and when she returned she could not recognize her husband. She got used to see him for many years as a sick person not a healthy person. Allahs Reward and Compensation After the long years of calamity Allah Almighty compensated Prophet Ayyoob. Abu Hurayrah narrated that Rasoolullah said: While Ayyoob was naked, taking a bath, a swarm of gold locust fell on him and he started collecting them in his garment. Allah called him: O Ayyoob! Have I not made you rich enough to need what you see? But I cannot dispense with your
blessing,(reported in Al-Bukhari) Then Allah recalled to Ayyoob all his mercies on him. He was restored to prosperity, with twice as much as he had before; his brethren and friends came back to him. He had new family of more than twenty sons and daughters. He lived to a good old age, and saw four generations of descendants. Ibn Abbas said: Allah was not only generrous with Ayyoob, but with his wife. Allah transformed her into a young woman and gave Ayyoob twenty-six children. The story of Ayyoob is the utmost example in holding fast to faith and being patient. The Virtue of Patience Prophet Ayyoob had suffered because of sickness like no one had suffered before. But he demonstrated a great patience and never allowed himself to weaken his belief and trust in Allah Almighty. He was patient and perseverant. Therefore
Allah listened to Ayyoob And restored his wealth and wealth. He was commanded to strike the earth with his foot. Ayyoob did and a fountain gushed forth to give him a bath, clean his body, refresh his spirit and to give him a drink and rest. Allah said: So We listened to him: We removed the distress that was on him, and We restored his people to him, and doubled their number, as a grace from Ourselves, and a thing for commemoration, for all who serve Us. Study Questions 1. Why do you think Allah tested Prophet Ayyoob with painful calamities? 2. Compare and contrast the way Allah tested Prophet Ayyoob and the way he tested Prophet Suleyman. 3. Write a brief profile on Prophet Ayyoob. 4. Describe the calamity that hit Prophet Ayyoob. 5. What did Prophet Ayyoob do when he lost his wealth and family? 6. What should the believer do when he is tested by a calamity or blessed with a favor from Allah? Support your answer with a hadeeth. 7. Was Ayyoobs wife faithful to him during his sever sickness? List three actions she did that support your answer. 8. List five types of patience. Support your answer with the fitting ayaat.
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